111—Friday, November 20, 1970
THE DETROIT JEWISH
Tree Planting Marks Anniversary
. . . to your own
in the sky.
You deserve to live "royally" at least
once ... with a sense of well-being and
security you've never known before ...
with a panoramic view of the world below
and the glimmering lights miles away.
A Jewish National Fund official (left) presents a certificate to
Jane and Celia Hackman, who celebrated -their 49th wedding anni-
versary by planting a woodlasid of 2,500 trees in the Jobs F. Ken-
nedy Peace Forest In Israel. On their recent trip to Israel. the Baca-
mans dedicated the woodland and commented, 91 was a stout appro-
priate and meaningful way to celebrate our 41 years of life together."
Senior Adult `Minyan' Shows
Winning Hand:11,460 to Israel
A friendly game of poker among
the "Senior Citizens of Palmer
Park" has yielded $1,4430 for the
1970 Allied Jewish Campaign-
Israel Emergency Fund. •
It is the second time around for
the "minyan" — ranging in age
from 65 to 82—who meet in the
summer at the Northwest Detroit
park. Last year, the group con-
tributed $1,000 to the campaign.
William Stone, 76, a retired elec-
trician, gets the credit for the
unique method of fund raising. It
was his idea that each player be
levied $1 per game, and the pro-
ceeds turned over to the campaign.
"We don't play with money," he
said, "just chips."
Not all the players are Jew-
ish. "Even if I don't feel good
and can't come," said Stone,
"one gentile fellow collects the
money for me. He never for-
to View Film on
The Michigan Association of
Jewish College Students will meet
11 a.m. Nov. 29 at the Jewish
Center. The movie, "Radical
Rigid," which traces the political
right through history will be
shown and refreshments will be
served. For reservations, call the
MAJCS office, DI 1-4200, before
Wednesday. Nominal admission.
Issue 5 of the MAJCS Reporter
will be in the mail to members
within a few days. Included in
this issue is a four-page "Protest
Section." Articles describe the
protest of the Michigan Association
against the fall quarter opening on
Rosh Hashana at Wayne State
University, similar incidents in
other cities, and a letter from a
conscientious objector to his local
For a copy, students not on the
mailing list may call the Michigan
To Deal With
2 0 8 1 1 W 8 Mile
Our Promise To You:
The group plays on every nice
day from spring till fall. "We
could have collected more," said
Stone, "but the weather was bad."
He added: "We'll be out there
again next year."
Along with a citation to the
Senior Citizens of Palmer Park, a
letter from the metropolitan divi-
sion director, Bertha Chomsky,
praised Stone's efforts to raise
funds for Israel. "This shows,"
she wrote, "the strength that one
person has when he really be-
lieves in the destiny of Israel
and how one man can help. Bless
you—many times over—for your
Cooper Named Whip
by Senate Colleagues,
Honor for a Freshman
State Sen.-elect Daniel S. Cooper
was named Democratic whip of the
Democratic caucus by his Senate
colleagues for the forthcoming 1971
session of the Michigan Senate.
It is a rare occurrence for a
new member of
the State Senate
to be elected as
part of the lead-
This will be
year as a state
it is his seventh
year of legisla-
Sen. Cooper Cooper spent six
years in the House of Representa-
tives before being elected to the
State Senate in the November elec-
Cooper was voted the most out-
standing new Democrat in the
House of Representatives by the
Michigan Press Poll in 1965 and
was one of the only 50 legislators
in America to receive an Eagle-
tan Institute of Politics Seminar
invitation from Rutgers Univer-
sity in 1970.
He is presently vice chairman
of the House judiciary committee
and a member of the public health
and public safety committees.
Cooper received his bachelor of
arts and juris doctor's degrees at
Wayne State University.
SEDACA-KLEGON: Ellen Ruth
Klegon became the bride of Ar-
nold Mark Sedaca at a ceremony
performed in the Branford Mem-
orial Chapel at Yale University.
The bride's parents are Mr. and
Mrs. Samuel Klegon of Northlawn
Ave. The bridegroom is the son
of Mr. and Mrs. Larry SedaCa of
We pity in others only those
evils that we have ourselves ex-
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